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Ambulatory drainage and management of a pleural empyema

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A 61 year old male presented to chest clinic with a lung abscess. This ruptured and resulted in an empyema that required a small bore chest drain. Pus started bypassing the drain, spilling out subcutaneously. This was probably due to the impending formation of an empyema necessitans. To stem the…

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